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anything odd? why is the box so important to you? >> don't know. just is. >> slow down. >> i have no idea what i have got here. >> it says dybbuk. >> a word for demon. >> what does this thing with my daughter? >> mommy, who am i? >> once the box is opened, people die. >> i will trust him. beneath his wings, you will be protected. he will cover you. >> his truth. >> let my daughter go. >> i saw something in her. >> leave them wanting more. that's what happened. tavis: yeah, i think i've taken full possession of this film [laugh]. >> you don't even need to see it now. tavis: yeah. i was saying to kyra while the clip was running, is there anything left for you guys to want to go see? it is like i've seen the whole movie. speaking of which, this is the kind of thing i'm gonna tell her myself. i have to see this like in the middle of the day at like high noon. scary movies and i just don't -- >> you know, you're not alone -- tavis: we don't get along. i got to go at high noon, yeah. >> i've spoken to a lot of people who said, "oh, no, it is too scary. i get really scared." yeah, i used to get
another. it is almost as if they don't care how brazenly sound -- funny face down and disingenuous they are.e hear from citi and bank of america. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here's what's "money" tonight. well you probably heard about shell's grounded alaskan oil rig but did you know why it might have been moved, to avoid taxes. we'll drill down on those details. plus ditching the gas tax by the side of the road. virginia governor bob mcdonnell, wants his state's 17.5 cents gas tax gone for good but he wants to raise another tax instead. he will join us in a fox business exclusive to tell us how it all shakes out. >>> a landmark decision in the sports world. major league baseball will start random in season testing for steroids. will the help its tarnished image and bring in ticket sales? we have former cincinnati reds pitcher, rob dib bill. even what they say it is not it is always about money. melissa: all right. first let's take a look at the day's market headlines. stocks reversed early losses capping off the week with modest gains. the dow gained 17 points to close at its
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write-in or not? >> i don't like terminating the end of that sentence. >> presumably someone who has qualified -- that is the point i wanted to make more globally. the problem is the state law definition of "candidate." we can add this section in local law, which is fine and whatever version ends up tonight or thereafter will work for the moment. but i think we should urge the state legislature to include an appointed office-holder, because that was the route of this to begin with. >> that we definitely can't do tonight? >> no, it's not on the calendar, but something that we could contemplate in future and i would suspect there is support for that. >> do you have other comments about what we can do here and now? >> sorry. thank you for bringing me back. i agree that the language in lines 19 and 20 are somewhat problematic. i don't know that they work into line 16-18. i think they really only apply in subsection b. i mean it's difficult to read 16-18 and imports 19 and 20 in, that the "order to support" language. it just gets a little circular, but i do agree that support shoul
point of view? >> i don't know how we could retroacactively review a form six application now. number one, it wouldn't be necessary because we don't have evidence that this was one building. we have evidence to the contrary that it was in addition to an existing building. >> okay. >> so if i could follow up on that. my question -- i don't know if it's to you or the city attorney what are the political implications would be of upholding the appeal. you just said you don't believe the department can issue a different permit. >> i don't believe so because the information that we have and we have recovered from our records indicate what was demolished to be an addition to what was already there. >> so if we were to uphold the appeal what are the politicsal consequences if any? >> >> and more what other options do we have besides the appeal? city attorney? >> well, i think you just said that. i mean -- i think the gentleman just responded to your question. if you up hold the appeal then you revoke the permit and they have to apply for another permit and what permit is proper under the
, we'll give it to you to do the background check and give it to you to sell things we don't want sold at gun shows. they think they will bring the business to them. get those groups on board. if you have wal-mart and bass pro shoppous have a conservative shopper there. it's an interesting tactic. make a quick point. the obama administration is selectively picks its issues it wants to go after and the one it doesn't. arizona decided they had their own immigration law. the department of justice says no, no, you can't do that. we'll sue you. arizona sues arizona. they will enforce the federal law, not the arizona law. pot in colorado, pot in washington state, you have your own law there. we'll look the other way on your law there. because they don't care about it. >> andrea: california. >> eric: not so much california. but the point they want guns. they want to go after guns so they will find a way, find an tissue go and really beef up the gun control. >> andrea: they also shrekively picked their allies, bob, right? >> bob: what administration doesn't pick issues they want to go after? >
, america the gigantic market not just smart zones, they want to conquer everything. >> they don't want all of our money flowing into their champion companies like samsung and taking them over. that's what it is. >> that's the crown jewel of south korea. stuart: 8 billion dollars of profit in 13 weeks, that's not bad. charles, stay right there, please. football next, alabama beat notre dame in last night's bcs championship bowl to give the crimson tide back, they got their-- i want to get this right, the football championship back, back-to-back champions and however, the most memorable moment from an otherwise lopsided game was this. >> you see that loving lady there, she does-- and miss alabama aj mccarron's girlfriend and right there is bb bonner and-- >> and they owed katherine webb, the girlfriend of the quarterback. he still is talking about her. >> and one guy, miss alabama and mom is on the right, i think at this moment it might be like 150,000, it's just like, you know, that's nonstop. stuart: he wouldn't stop. >> no, he was smithen. okay, now, ms. webb is the reigning miss alabama,
. - you didn't do anything. that's the problem. you didn't say a single word all night. i don't understand. why did you want to come? you begged me to invite you. - i didn't want to be alone. you were gonna be gone all weekend. - it's embarrassing. those people are my oldest friends. everybody thought you were sick or something. you just walked around rearranging spoons and plates and sweeping up crumbs. couldn't you have at least tried? - i tried. i smiled. i smiled a lot. - you were wincing! - that's my smile. that's how i smile. i'm just not a people person. - but what does that mean? what does that mean? you're not human? actually, you know what? that would explain a lot. it wouldn't explain everything, but it would explain a lot. [bang] - uh-- - did you hear that? - that can't be good. - why are we in this car? - i told you julie borrowed my car. she's moving some furniture. - we are in the wrong car. this is the wrong car! - well, it's too late now! [engine sputters] ugh. it's not the radiator hose. - what about that? - that's the radiator hose. it's not that. it's not the battery. i
in the morning and think life's lousy, there's nothing good in my future, i don't want to go to work, i don't feel well, you're going to draw in more negativity, you're going to get bitter on life and sink down into depression and miss your purpose. it's not easy when things are coming against you. you've got to get up and find something to be grateful for. >> that's it for us tonight. it's been an extraordinary year. thank you for watching. >>> hello, everyone. i'm deborah feyerick in for don lemon. the stories you're talking about in just a moment. but first, let's get you up to speed on some of the day's headlines. >>> aurora, colorado, the scene of a deadly movie theater massacre last summer is dealing with a new tragedy tonight. a barricaded gunman and three other people are dead after an early morning stand-off. police say the gunman opened fire on officers after hours of negotiation. >> a s.w.a.t. team was called out. they set up. hostage negotiators tried to get the suspect to come outside. we made multiple attempts. had intermittent phone calls with the suspect throughout the morni
to be number one about everything even things people don't want to be number one in. will astronauts go to mars? probably not. and because of the number of players clouded by the doping scandal there will be no one inducted into the baseball hall of fame this year including the ones all but certain, lance armstrong. lance is scheduled to sit down with oprah for a tell all, but will it improve his chances for a cooper town retirement? too early to tell. andy? >> thanks, tom, but lance armstrong is not a baseball player. >> not anymore. he has been banned for life. >> no, he actually he is a cyclist. >> good for him. he will have plenty of free time. if riding a bicycle were a sport i'm sure he would excel at that too. >> thank god you have a fact checker tonight. see you later. let's welcome our guest. i am here with tokes news -- fox newschannel anchor jute yell huddy, bill schulz, apologies to our viewers, and next to me a first tile guest political consultant, roger stone. and he is better suited as stuffing because he knows particularly nothing, our new york times correspondent. how are you,
that spending. president obama and liberal allies don't seem very concerned. and that, in my opinion, is dangerous. on the social front the latest stats available show there were 1,200,000 abortions performed in the u.s.a. in 2008. that means more than a million americans will never be born. should the country be proud of that? yet, we see wild applause when proabortion zealots speak at the democratic convention, for example. exactly what are they applauding that more than a million potential human beings are dead? drug front panoply that drug use will be legal in the u.s.a. close to 30 million americans are addicted to something. yet, some people are happy, happy that, yet, another indocks can't will soon be widely available. does that make any sense to you? as far as children are concerned they can see the lowest forms of depravity on the internet. yet public schools are mandated to virtually ignore religion. let's recap, enormous amount of entitlement spending drive the nation into bankruptcy. judeo religion philosophy deemphasized in schools. abortion and drugs more widely availa
with personal integrity and don't sacrifice their academics. that's what it's supposed to be about, not just cheering as a bunch of people injure each other on the field for all of our superficial entertainment. >>> good evening. on a day when accused aurora shooter james holmes listened to testimony about his brutal massacre while family members in the courtroom sobbed, on a day when still traumatized students in newtown, connecticut, were sent to school on the first monday of the year, this country is grappling with gun violence like never before. here is my position loud and clear. i am in favor of a nationwide ban on semiautomatic assault weapons and high quantity magazines and require dealers to run background checks on buyers at gun shows and i would like to see the president increase mental health funding for all americans who need it. these are entirely reasonable reactions to the outrages that have occurred in america over the last few months. tonight, i'll go head to head with a man who actually want to deport me for having these views. apparently, 104,000 americans are in agreemen
the world how it has put the whale behind them. don't buy these, it's too hard, pe especially after wells fargo dropped. ebay, wednesday after the close. longest time i have stood behind ebay. after a huge runup, you know what? it kept going higher, this stock got hammered last time it reported. market failed to recognize the inherent value of paypal. and you buy the same thing if it happens again. kinder morgan energy partners, kmw. the mass limited partnership finished 2012 terribly. in part because people worried the tax breaks would be erased by the burgeoning fiscal cliff. buyers remain under a cloud. declining oil prices and the debt ceiling negotiations and new revenue raised by taxing them. you know what? that's the same old, same old. i don't care. like kinder morgan. looking for an entry point. yield above 6%, and currently 5.77%. you know what? if it happens, before they report, i would pounce. bank of america reports on thursday morning. okay. could this be the breakout quarter for bac, b-a-c-. the funny thing about the market. when everyone expects something good, you tend no
a foreclosure crisis like this. i don't think their is a lot of temptation for municipalities to do this absented foreclosure crisis. why would you do this unless you really have a problem with declining home values and the cycle of foreclosures and declining values and-equis hitting the more foreclosures. it's like someone in the emergency room saying, well, a cardiac arrest and that it not want to use a defibrillator because i thought and a few months it would come back and say, can you shot my chest again . there is really not an incentive to do it unless we have circumstances like the ones that we have got. >> a couple of the comments i was going to make. one less thing, we should look elsewhere. you could use that, loans that have an fha guarantee. those might be deemed federal property. so this sort of threat, if a community even shows to do so, and not even sure it would be illegal. so what i describe as the scare tactic, what about everybody else. >> the perspective, local communities to take federal property indicated perpetually illegal. the 100 percent agreed. private-lab
if he did a book called killing unicorns. i get the unicorns. they don't. by the way, i don't know how many people are fans of red eye? [cheers and applause] all right. this whole unicorn got out of hand. [laughter] the reason why i was talking about unicorns in the beginning of the show is i thought it would be odd and weird if a middle-aged man was obsessed with something a teenage girl would be. i thought as a conservative libertarian, it would be interesting to create false narratives about you to throw off the left. if you assign certain behaviors to yourself, they don't know what to make of you. i learned this at the huffington post that i created this whole false story behind me, that i lived with a flight instructor named scott. [laughter] he was never home. [laughter] and there would always been a weird stimpleg in the basement, and i wrote this stuff because the left was not used to dealing with somebody who was messing with them. in the world of left and right, the right was always what i call the dean warner from animal house. they delighted in that. my goal in life is to s
. >> guest: was i accused of being political? i was out of the country. i don't read that stuff. c-span: what happens when you hear them say, oh, he's the most political judge ever. >> guest: you know, times i talk to groups about judging judges. you can't judge napolitano:s unless -- you can't judge judges unless you know what they are working with. if you dislike a judge or -- unless you want your judges to ignore the text they are dealing with, and it's either a regulation or statute of the constitution. unless you want them to ignore the text, it's really unfair to judges to say i like the result; therefore, that's a good judge, or, i hate the result, therefore; that's a bad judge. you have to read the opinion. they are trying to reconcile, and then you say, i did a terrible job of interpreting his statute. that's an intelligent criticism, but not just because, you know, you don't like the way the opinion comes out. my opinions do not always come out the same way. i mean, they are not always, quote, conservative, to the contrary sometimes. in some respects, i ought to be the pinup of the
-american for attacking the second amendment. >> i think gabby and i, i don't think you can get more american than the two of us. i served in combat, in desert storm, 39 missions over iraq and kuwait. gabby is a former member of congress from a western district, a gun owner who strongly supports the second amendment, but on issues like assault weapons and high capacity magazines and universal background checks, we differ with the nra, with the nra leadership. but in fact, i think a lot of, you know, our positions on this subject, are much in line with the nra membership. >> i think that's true. and i think a lot of people who are with the nra or affiliated with it feel uneasy with the intransigence coming after massacres like sandy hook. i want to play you a clip from my interview with alex jones. it's been watched by over 5 million people now, gone viral, and some people find it entertaining. i didn't. i found it terrifying. let's listen to what he had to say. >> i'm here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. doesn't matter how many lemmings you get on the street begging
therapeutics. >> what are they. >> pills for people who don't take care of themselves. >> it is a volatile and it es up and down faster than evil knevil on a motorcycle. it has a good balance with 10 percent and i like that. >> i like of the reference of evil knevil. thanks for watching. number one bsi block continues with cheryl casoney and cashin. >> bosses be wear. employees may get the green light to bash there arecompany on social media sights. the same law protects them and workers the workers and take on colleagues on twitter. some say it is about boosting big labor. are they right? i am cheryl casewn and welcome to cashin in . joining us this week marjorie christon and welcome to all of you. johnathon i will start with you. is this about protecting the workers or padding union numbers? >> it is shocking, cheryl. it is union-led government force that is tremendoly destructive to businesses. i mean, whose company is it anyway? the owners or the governments? of course, it is the owners and only the owner decides who works there. you have no right to a job let alone one that you bad-mo
with what charles said. these people are inherently as a group corrupt. i don't think that's fair. if you want to say they're not doing their jobs well, not making the tough political decisions, that's different from correct. and dagen hit the nail on the head. we support them in these things. we don't want them to cut these programs. we, the people. that's the political problem. >> although, adam, in the election process, we are-- they do make several promises to do the right thing. and when they go there, whether they are he' pressu're us, they don't do the right thing and hence the corruption. >> maybe my definition of corrupt-- that doesn't describe law breaking, things punishable by going to prison so he we may be talking past each other on this. it's difficult to define, charles, what the right thing is. >> the right thing, the right thing? >> should they cut medicare? >> are you serious? we've got-- yes, cut it all. cut it all. i think ben stein, the courage, the political courage to do the right thing. we all know the right thing. >> the american people don't want these programs c
ground . the states experiment with things that mig do better. >> there are 9 states who don't have a personal income tax. you compare the state of vermont with the state of new hampshire. new hampshire has no sales tax or personal income tax and does better over time than the neighboring state of vermont that is a so-called progressive state. on a national level change the constitution or we will end up with a income and a consumption tax. >> unfortunately the constitution was changed in order to bring in the income tax. >> you have to change or we would get the both. >> you are against the idea of bobby gindale. >> i don't like sales tax. we saw the experiment in europe with that. they are onerous often than income tax . they are sneaky, too. it is vast and they are put in every element of sales and you don't know what the true tax rate and the cost. gin dale's program is to replace one source of government to do with another. it doesn't reduce what john and i would like to reduce the flow of money to the government. >> milton freeman didn't like national sales tax because it is t
you don't like the way that they're making your sandwich? >> exactly. >> so then don't buy it. >> great advice 911 operator. if you don't like the way someone is making your sandwich, don't call 911. just don't buy it. when all else fails, speak softly and carry catch up bottle. that's it for us. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, president obama gears up for his next fight with republicans. this time, it's over his defense secretary nominee. >> plus days after our taxes went up, some democrats said we need more taxes, higher taxes. yes, we're going to get answers. >> and more details about the aurora theater massacre. for the first time, police describe the scene and what they found when they first saw james holmes. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, saving sergeant hagel. president obama raring for a fight over his defense secretary nominee. you may say why there a fight? on paper, this guy is pretty incredible. looks like he would be a lock for a job that usually is one with pretty much 100% of
', right? you did good, huey. i need eight hours, mom. if i don't get eight hours, my immune system crashes. record a demo, something more up-tempo. something i can get on the radio. let's go! let's go! work it out with huey. let's go! go! go! i hate that-- kids--always hogging your attention. hi. hi. birthday girl. oh! yeah, yeah, happy birthday. is this demo thing for real? she's about to sign you! i can feel it in my bones. rocket to the moon, baby! rocket to the moon! oh, my. are you really tommy gunn's daughter? seriously. can you hold my purse, please? yeah. thanks. well, i guess there is a certain family resemblance. all his guitars are in there? yeah, you wanna come see for yourself? yeah. uh... can you just wait here just one second, please? thank you. yeah. [ male announcer ] one pharmacist started it all: charles walgreen had a mission to help people be happy and healthy. from inventing the first chocolate malt... to creating a nonprofit pharmacy for our troops... to the first child safety caps. walgreens has been innovating for over a hundred years. and we're just getting starte
that there was and excuse the word legitimacy to this. i still don't feel that way. but at least i know to my great satisfaction that money didn't change hands. my family is thrilled and delighted. and based on my family's enthusiasm, then i can live with this. >> this includes harry. >> harry doesn't know, doesn't care. the idea of going to the white house, i think, will really get his attention. but the rest of the family couldn't be more thrilled. so to me that's reason enough. and couldn't be happier and more grateful to the folks who made this mistake. >> it's a really classy group to be associated with. as you mentioned, johnny carson. you were there for that. >> i was there for that night. and i remember i was to follow ted koppel and it was the first of pain times i had to follow ted koppel. and that's to the where you want to be. because he is very, very funny. and as i said that night, maybe a little too funny for a newsman. this was, gosh, 90-- i don't know, way, way back, a long time ago, '94, something like that. >> rose: one of your guests tonight is one of the funniest newsmen we've
is what it could mean and insist we will get off the road to greece. >> i don't doubt that 72% want to see the spending cuts. which way do you think the public sentiment swings if there is a government shutdown? >> i think that pat toomey is confused. it's a continuing resolution. if they don't fund the continuing resolution, the government will shut down. if they don't lift the debt ceiling, the economy shuts down. not only the u.s. dme, maybe the world economy, and the consequences are drastic. bottom line on this, michael, and you know this, nobody should be threatening or rattling sabers, everyone, president obama, harry reid, everyone knows we need significant spending cuts. it's about time be act maturely, find out the spending cuts we need to make are done in the least onerous way. we also need to raise more revenue. the fiscal cliff raised 600 billion in revenue. we need to raise another $600 billion in revenue and need to find a way to dos that as well. >> do you agree with that sentiment? constantly hear from people who say the spending is out of control and if this is spun as re
government only bigger and getting much bigger and we don't seem to much care, do we? hi, everyone and happy weekend, i'm neil cavuto you want more vernment and well, you're going to have to put up more dough bause the deal transcending ended up only increasing spending. by now you know the score, it didn't cut a thing and let me cut to the chase. a lot more than just rich folks are going to have to c a check. lots of checks and lots of folks because taxing the rich ain't covering the bill. even with a billion dollar tax hike on the wealthy the next ten years, that wks out to about 60 billion bucks a year, barely enough to keep the government running for a week. and like i said, there not cutting anything and i mean anything. so, we have to find a way to keep feeding the beast. and just taxing the rich ain't going to satisfy even if you took their money, every last cent. ten years out our debt would be higher than it is now, you have to move down the food chain. you have to move down, well, to you, to the under 400 and under 450 grand crowd and i think way under. i'm thinking 50 grand and ov
this is great news for jobs, but with nearly 16 1/2 trillion dollars in debt someone here says if we don't start trimming the fat now, we're only killing more jobs later. so, who is right? hi, everyone, i'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears. let's get right to it, the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris and gary and caroline. welcome to everybody. gary k, the year is one week old and congress passing billions of new pork and you say bad sign for jobs in the new year. why is that? >> could have,look, it never ends. 430 million dollars for hollywood producers so they do movies in the u.s. versus other places? that's crazy. look, when you continue to raise spending it ends up being a tax on the economy, it keeps the headwinds on the economy, still at 7.8%, if you add in the people that came out of the work force we're more like at 11. it does nothing for nobody because gornment is inefficie inefficient, there is no profit motive and the inefficienes because of that does nothing for the economy going forward. >> brenda: jonas, doesn't it do something? might c
, no one would be able to say that they were okay without sharp reprisal. the fact that we don't say these things out loud and we don't see that out loud regularly is really the only reason that i can understand that they don't get taken care of covetousness, change, he falls, and that was my kind of participation in occupy, to find these things together, to find this a team together and find a way to make change together. i will then echo what was said prior to me that nothing went horribly wrong. nothing in diet, and that all of these types of movements take a long time. and if you are particularly patient and particularly grounded i think in activism then you take a 20 year view and a 100 year view and if you are really good you realize your lifetime doesn't matter particularly much and you think that is mere few. there are a number of people that first level often occupy that are willing to do that. >> thank you so much. let's hear your perspective. >> in terms of why occupied a rose i don't have much to add, but i think that something dramatic has happened in the last 15 years o
, renters, i don't care, it creates a change. we have a rule in this room that secondary conversations, please be kept to a minimum, if you don't mind. i am sorry to saying that, but i'm in the middle of the thought i want an answer and consideration and besides it's light. so i'm having a hard time that we're just brushing that aside saying property line windows, that is just too bad and we're opening the door for a huge amount of large apartment buildings, which are the signature and the mainstay of many of the buildings in that area, without really thinking about the consequences. in addition to that, i do not believe that adding one floor to an already large building without adding any units with the affect it has on everybody else is really any net gain by which i'm interested in not having a larger argument of why we're doing this? >> i wanted to respond to you about the notification for the conditional use. the project was correctly noticed to all property openers. regarding property line windows i take your point. the department's practice in reviewing cases like this is to,
through sunshine and they don't like that and they come directly to us. it would be, i think, helpful to have language that would prevent that. because i don't think we want to handle the same complaint twice or have it go through both processes, if we don't have to. i mean, are there pitfalls there that i am missing about that? >> just one comment, chair. i think it would be difficult in the ethics commission regulations to address what the task force would do in terms of what it would hear, even if it is something that has been considered by us already. i think that may not be received necessarily well. >> and we couldn't enforce that anyway. >> right. at least one of those two eventualities we may not be able to address in these regulations. >> but what we could do is say that we will not take up a referral from the task force that has already adjudicated pursuant to chapter 3. >> right. right as a practical matter if we already decide there had is nothing there, even filed directly with us and went to the task force and got a referral back to us, even though they have a lesse
to do a lift, you don't have any levers, there's some cars parked outside, you go up and ask the owner of the car, is it okay if i use your car jack? because you're not going to break in, are you? there's always cutting and boring. here is that ax. of course striking and hammering. how do you break glass? at the top, good. we're going to say that this is the glass from here on down, so how would you break it? do i just want to take it like this and smash it this way? no. the end of the board, going to use the end of the board, but i'm also going to remember that the glass can hurt me. if i were to hit it like this, the glass could slide down, cut my hand. so you want to start at the top like he said, hold this down, turn your head away, you start at the top and smash the glass this way down like that. if it does slide down, it's going to go away from you and not towards your hand. real simple. use a long-handled tool, stand to one side, strike up at the top and you want to clean it all out before you go in there. in this part of the lecture we're going to talk about structural damage.
an important distinction that we need to make. we don't want to send the message to america that bullying is normative; that bullying is normal, and that clip illustrated that the school is sending that message, and there is a difference, an important distinction between the school sort of embodying and sending the message to the kids that bullying is just a part of growing up and believing that bullying in our school is normative because it simply isn't. the data shows bullying is going down and that is not a popular thing to say these days. bullying is a very important social problem that we need to fix, but it is not an epidemic and it's not on the rise and neither is cyber bullying and the top scholars in the country and in social science and psychology that saying that, so that's an important distinction so thank you both so much. >> and there is that and -- there's a balance between -- i mean when i hear that bullying is going down i mean all of us should rejoice because that to me is indicative of the fact of the work in communities across the country are starting to pay off, but
. it is in a sense easier because you don't have the private sector jobs to do that. we are in a very difficult messier. it is really one out of every three americans. that just turning around and saying you are doing government programs. well, you see how difficult it becomes. neil: it's an amazing study. thank you very much. >> you are welcome. neil: for the guy who wanted to make him president, mitt romney, john stemberg says it should not be too late for us to address government warnings laid out by mitt romney. what do you think of this? >> you are basically bringing me in $2.2 trillion a year, you are spending 3.8 trillion a year, and you are in the $16 trillion in hop. the math doesn't work. and you say the people at the top -- you saw their taxes go up. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] neil: you know, you have all of that entity at $50,000 a year. >> you know, i just think that what america is looking for, and i believe that people say the president and his economic program was the more popular one. i disagree with that. people voted on issues like contraception and i
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arguments from anti-gun advocates is that we don't need more guns. but sometimes guns save lives. two in georgia gaz whose home was invaded. it happened 30 miles from atlanta. when the person broke in the hid in the crawl space. when the suspect found them she shot him. it didn't kill him but sent him fleeing. because she was able to have that weapon she was able to save herself and her kids. he is currently under hospital under police custody. >> eric: that is whole point. gun control people, a lot of people say let's make it harder and more difficult. register every gun. they want to do all these things. problematic is what you are doing you are making it more difficult for law abiding citizens who want to have guns protect themselves like this lady and countless of hundreds of thousands that protect their own property and stuff from bad guys, hurt them. you inhibit them from getting guns and allow criminals to get guns. last i checked, heroin and cocaine are illegal, right? people still get heroin and cocaine, bad guys are getting it and they are breaking the law. >> so heroin and
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. this is the first time they publicly reached out to the nra. they will meet tomorrow, but don't expect wayne la pierre to be there. they are sending a representative in his place. biden will release a statement here with us for the first time in 2013, howard fineman, director of the "huffington post" media group. welcome back to the show. first of all -- we have got the news of the pending white house meeting with the nra with representatives and we don't know the details yet. am i right to be cynical that the white house has to look like they are reaching out and look like they are receptive to it and neither wants to be talking to the another. other. >> that will be about the most insigne seer hand shake. wayne la pierre won't be there. it's possible that they are out here and looking for someone right now. >> howard, i do know. it's going to be james l. baker who was a 30-year vet, former executive director of the nra. we do know. >> good. the symbolism is still such that there is no deal with the nra unless wayne la pierre is in the room and there is no deal regardless i don't think. even t
and have a great day. >> on tuesday see, calling from omaha, neb.. >> i was just thinking about this. i don't want to take anyone's guns away, but i want people to realize that it started 50 or 60 years ago with politicizing and propagandizing from the nra. it goes back to money. makes me so mad they use their amendment to say look at our cause. when the president talked after that incident, he said the best resolution is to put guns in all schools. it was just furthering his cause to get money. it is for a well formed militias. at the time when this amendment was written, we had muskets. we did not have bullets that could shoot 100 bullets in the second and put it in perspective -- and not saying take away guns. is as relevantry to them as to why they have a gun, but sometimes, because of the politicization of it, we can't even have a discussion. i want people to understand everybody's view is coming from a place to help. not to take away guns. there is the extreme left in the extreme right, but the nra has taken away our chance to have a meaningful discussion in this country. >> thank you
attention to what this self inflated windbag hast to say? on record for saying deficits don't matter in spending on the war on tear is down. good money after bad for green batteries is not in here he wins a pulitzer prize but yet not to a cabinet position. turning down a job he was never offered doesn't that make you think twice about what he writes? maybe he has nothing to offer. i turn down the nobel prize. consider o'reilly. i will see you january 26th. ashley: next is mony with france france. melissa: i'm melissa francis and here is what is mony tonight. the drop-dead date for. >>. >> taxpayers are wondering are you kidding aig? it is thanking america for the massive bailout but now it might join a multibillion-dollar lawsuit against the u.s. government. we have the bizarre details on this one coming up. >>> i think i found my next vacation. people across the country are storming florida for a python hunting contest. sounds great. this might be the most insane competition in america. we have the star of gnat geowild's python hunters, joins us to explain. even when ey say it's not
to be that america is the only country in the world that has video games. >>> hello everyone. i'm don lemon. the stories you're talking about in just a moment. but first, let's get you up to speed on the day's headlines here. clinics and hospital emergency rooms across the country are packed with people sick with the flu, rolling up their sleeves for a flu shot. the cdc director says we won't know more weeks if the flu season has peaked. 47 states are reporting widespread flu activity right now. >>> the brother of ailing venezuelan president hugo chavez says he is recovering well from his latest search. chavez is being treated for cancer in cuba. he's been unable to return to cuba for a planned inauguration. chavez has not been seen in public for about a month. >>> an operation to free a french spy captured in somalia has failed. france's president said two soldiers died possibly along with the hostage. france has come to the aid of mali's fragile government in its fight against islamic militants. those fighters are linked to al qaeda. >>> the man known as the american taliban has won a leg
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look unprepared in any way? don't be ridiculous. representative john yarmouth coming up on the big show today. we're getting a serious gun control debate in this country. how about that. >> we are. we're going to have the conversation. the idea is to keep the momentum going. people are outraged after newtown that it is time to do something. we have to keep the momentum going in order to get something done. >> stephanie: i thought wow gabby giffords and her husband a lot of the stuff they said -- >> powerful. >> stephanie: both gun owners, both second amendment people but just -- who more powerfully can make that case? >> 11 mass shootings since tucson. >> stephanie: i know. we'll get into all of it. here she is, jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, everybody. vice president biden is holding a meeting at the white house today with victims' groups and gun safety organizations. this is the next in a series of meetings. that administration officials are having with stakeholders as they look at recommendations to hand to the president by the end of the month on how we
that doesn't work and people don't like to work together. we tried an experiment and so far so good. hey say. >> host: why did it work for so long? >> guest: we think it worked because a similarity of work ethics. we both love to research and report. we love to research and report and we were of sound mind and it makes for a sound mind that is hard for all of us but it was similar work habits, we believed down deep in fairness, government, private interest, not always treat the average person fairly and we sort of realize that early on in the partnership and one way or another, writing about that ever since. >> host: donald bartlett was your first project for the philadelphia inquirer? >> federal housing administration, and it was a fascinating project that dragged on for two years. >> guest: they thought they were going to put together for three months and we wrote some articles after three months and these in turn generated tremendous response. poor people were being sold defective houses and the federal government was insuring them and they would collapse after a month or two at the same
barnes thank you very thank you very much. >> time for your comments, craig, i get the impression you don't think that republicans are very effective negotiators, so far you are correct. jean said, i'm getting to be more and more of a dobbs fan, common sense questioning, thank you, keep then coming and the unkind words as well. we love hearing from you, good night from new york. >> who needs a hot miss alabama in the stands? cbs has a ton of cool cash and a drop dead gorgeous super bowl record on its hand, sold out as the bilge game is still -- big game is still weeks from oforget $ 4 million bucks for a 30 second spot is worth the price of the game. imagine if we clock the same rate, ogling the quarterback's girlfriend just watching the game, a little dirty, but undeny abily, pay dirt. i am neil cavuto, believe it or not it took seeks longer than other super bowl broadcasters in the past to reach this sell out point but as ceo leslie moonves thought, why not cheat when kuwait and score. considering the economy that many argue is slowing. and a financial sector busy paying billions to a g
was the least rotten apple they could have gotten. >> paul: a rancid deal and i don't like the spinach reference. how much damage is there to the economy from in bill? >> well, i prefer the least rotten apple than spinach. i think that the two big problems here, people who believe that the rich should pay more do not understand the effects of marginal rates. when you raise marginal rates-- >> the next dollar of income that you earn. >> right, it lowers the incentive of the people that you want it take risk and to innovate and to create. that's one problem. so it will affect the growth of the economy. the other problem is, it does affect tax revenues. the guys with the green eye shades say well if we raise the taxes this much, we'll get this much more revenue. if you lower the incentive of people to take risk, generally what happens, revenue does not come in. >> paul: you don't get as much as you think you'll do. >> exactly. >> here, mary, look, the economy seemed, the stock market loved it, the hs blew out the next day and up based on the prospect that something would get d
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myself from something what that woman went through. but i don't want my ability to be hampered by the government. so i have an open mind. i don't feel as strongly as some people. >> kimberly: quick stepping on the constitution. we shouldn't run scared from bad guys. they can get these guns at a gun show regardless. >> bob: what i would like to do, i've got some numbers. he cites this two million people a year, save themselves from gun violence. can we bring up the stat study. guns are used in self-defense two million times a year, that is average of 5480 times per day and that is northwestern school of law. its nice story about this lady. i wonder if eric you could name me the other 5,000 that would protected that same day. >> you pulled up a stat that millions of people are saving their lives by owning guns. >> bob: that story got into the paper. i want to know, that is newsworthy story. the idea of two million people is bogus and it is a lie. >> it's from northwestern law school. >> bob: and they are lying. and writer of that was..., it's 5,480. i want to know where it is. >>
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the president will have to do something on the fiscal front to deal with the deficit, and i don't think he can get around ed, i don't think he wants to get around at. it will be how he approaches it will make a difference. >> charles, there are rumors circulating that republicans in the house will let the sequester said in and put him right back in the white house to do wit to -- deal with it. a plan is jack lew's a signal from obama that he will pursue the course he pursued in the first term, to spend as much as he needs to establish the entitlement state and tax at a higher level to pay for it. jack lew is exactly the kind of liberal historically who has been his warrior on the front in negotiating on this. there is no indication that lew would go in any other direction, and it is clear to me that by this series of agreements obama has made, unlike added a first term more features people of independent stature, he has gone from a team of rivals to team of underlings. >> well, that is one nomination, but the nomination of former srepublican senator chuck hagel to head the department of defens
that the neocons hold for us? >> i don't know if it's that stated, but it certainly is underlining a lot of what we're hearing about hagel now. a lot of the media attention has been on some of the past statements involving the jewish lobby as he called it, involving the gay ambassador to luxembourg, but those are sort of side shows. what this comes down to is the future of obama's foreign policy. chuck hagel in many ways represents the clearest break yet by this administration from the george w. bush era foreign policy. keep in mind the president continued a lot of these bush era programs. we haven't really had a substantive comprehensive conversation about what went wrong in iraq. chuck hagel's nomination represents a clean break. i think that's very scary for a lot of these neocons. >> let me go to peter. i have always respected the way your brain works. you think a lot, which is a good thing for a writer to do occasionally is to think. you think and you really change your mind, which is very refreshing. and i think you've wrestled with these issues of the middle east, and i guess the question is
written by anonymous christians somewhere, i don't know, between 90-100 and that jesus himself would have been born sometime around 0, that's a lot of room to begin looking to the bible for ideas to express what you think is religioussy important about jesus and that's why i would look at these -- but i think mary was home in nazareth when she had jesus, i don't think she was in bethlehem. >> well, let's go to the basics, first of all, the year. was it not four years before a.d. started? >> well, a.d. starts as a medieval convention. jesus, if he's born -- this is one of the chronological differences between the gospels. if harrod is alive as he has to be from matthew's birth narrative to work we know that harrod died in minus 4. if there is a tax which happens when corinius is the liggot of syria as luke says, we know that a tax that happened in plus 6. so you have to pick where you want, matthew and luke named different points. >> is there an abundance of evidence forthcoming from archeology and other sources that will settle all of these matters, do you think, upcoming? >> well, it's h
this hearing now because we don't have a lot of time and we've tried to have hearings previously but it was just hard pulling the different departments together with the responses to the questions that we had. so hopefully moewd, the person who's been working on this project is on i believe sick leave so unable to be here to respond, but i do believe that valley brown may be returning to work in district 5 office or at least that's the rumor. if that's the case then hopefully she'll be able to answer some of the questions that might come up today and that will definitely forward to her. also redevelopment agency certainly there's been a lot of really bad history in the western addition over the decades and accountability is something i think people would really like to see, so i am not sure how we necessarily achieve that other than continuing to kind of have to informational hearings and for people to continue to ask questions, which we will then again forward to redevelopment personnel to moewd and to the oversight board. but i believe that before supervisor mercurini left, h
: thank you. >> about the categorical exemptions. >> president chiu: thank you. why don't we continue and continue the clock as well. >> howard shaf ner president speaking to the nuts and bolts that supervisor wiener asked about, first of all, in our briefing i think we've dealt with that quite a bit, and also briefing from our council. but first of all, you can't have categorical exemption when there's cumulative impact with another project and that would be the case with the masonic -- project. the planning department itself sis in their brief the cumulative impact is the streets and their vicinity affected by the project. masonic is the major north-south thoroughfare and fell and oak are the major east-west thoroughfares. masonic has 32,000 motor vehicles a day it's a few blocks from baker street. in fact, they were going to remove a bus stop on central, which is only one block from masonic. the masonic project would remove all street parking on both sides of masonic for over half a mile including through fell street around 171 parking spaces reduce travel lanes on masonic during m
even though you are younger than i am you have you have been a mentor to me on the board we don't always agree on thing but you have always been there everyday i needed help, advise and there have been times when we disagreed and i remember after the nudity hearing and committee when someone announced that we were a block and they agree on he have gone and that might be true for me and carmen i think we good agree on a lot of stuff but sean and i have disagreements they are always lopsided votes and there was the dogs in the golden gate area and we had a spirited debate about that and then there was the only time that i have been at the losing end of a ten to when vote was a routine procedural vote to split the file on prop d that time and sean was a little i couldn't remembery with me that day because it was a final significant to pull out a cell phone appeal from our strict and that appeal came up and low and behold it got scheduled on sean's birth day and he was grumpy with me and we tosselled over that and i loss ten to one and so whether we are on the same side or are havin
calendar. is there a -- i think there are some comments on the consend calendar and i don't know -- i understand the item commissioner courtney is going to move. >> shall we begin? >> i'll recognize him to do that. >> yeah, i'd like to make a request that we remove from the agenda item 9h, pending approval of a modification. and there are copies for the public if anyone is interested. >> i don't want to remove any other items. i know dr. jackson wanted to make a comment on item 9a. is that correct? >>> yes. >> why don't we make the comment while we're considering the consent item as a whole rather than removing an item. >> does it need to be read into the record? i'll read the item. consent calendar item 9, 9a through 9j consent -- >> go ahead. >> all matter listed hereunder constitute a consent calendar, are considered to be routine by the san francisco public utilities commission, and will be acted upon by a single vote of the commission. there will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the commission or the public so requests, in which event the matter will be
where you could say "hey, i don't like that piece of content" and instead of reporting to facebook ink and we have 3,000 people but we don't understand the context of everything going on. you can report to a family or friend or somebody off the site. >> in the context -- >> in the context of the behavior itself. we have seen the reports go down. the closing of the reports go up and when we surveyed the people both the person reported and the person reporting -- not everyone, but most of the people were very satisfied how it resolved itself. now just think about that. somebody said -- so it's like i say to anne "anne nice shirt. nice jacket. >> but you hate it. >> and i hate it or maybe i don't. i'm giving a complement. the thing is facebook inc. doesn't know the context but now we have a system in place and i can resolve to anne and anne could say "i didn't mean to post that photo in an inappropriate way. i'm going to take it down" and we survey the people and everyone feels good about the situation and traditionally we thought it was a case of bullying and two people -- >> mis
to go that way. okay, you want to go my way. 1, 2, 3. >> okay, why don't you stop. >> 1, 2, 3. >> make sure your back is straight. >> basically when you are using a ladder out there, make sure you keep the ladder 10 feet away from wires. make sure the ladder is secure, that it's on stable ground, that it's even. if it's on a hill, we really don't want you to use it on a hill, but if it's on a hill, make sure it's shimmieed with something stable. make sure it's at the right angle, we suggest 70 degrees. if you stick your hand on a rung, the angle of the ladder is about the right angle there. never let go of the ladder. stand in the center, climb straight up. if you climb on the edges of the rung, the ladder will go this way. look up so you know where you are going and you can see where you're going to climb. walk vertically. don't step off to the side of the ladder. kind of common sense. make sure you read chapter 7 through the . >> this class is managing a disaster. what happens and how do we fit in? emergency operation plan, everything is going to go through the mayor. you have the of
the opportunity. now, again, back to the politics. being a heavily kurdish region, they don't have the greatest relationship with istanbul, they don't have the greatest relationship with the turkish government. it's a completely different world. it's completely opposite. when their armed forces show up, it's not really lacked upon as a good thin. this is why i want to say thank you to our military that's here today, to the army, the navy, the military in general, the marines, the coast guard, even i saw a couple air force running around here yesterday. the fact that you are here and you are in san francisco and you do this every year, it says a lot. because we lack at -- look at this as a good week. we have a great working relationship and after being there and seeing that it's not a good relationship and people get really, really tense when the guys in green show up, it makes me appreciate what we have all the more. there's one other thing i really appreciate, by the way, and i'll direct this to general speese being the trainer that he is, i got a whole new appreciation for muzzle discipli
be the criteria for the lunatic database? what would you say to get on it? >> americans don't want to be added to that pile of dead people that have been left defenseless by the u.n. policies. [ laughter ] >> jon: lapierre with two rs or one? i don't want to cull a conversation britt starts. mental health cares that be on table but that leads to other problems, crimes, gun, violence. >> we don't have a crime problem, or a gun problem, or even a violence problem. what we have a sin problem. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> jon: is this about me masturbating? is in a -- is that what this is about? look, i didn't know that that was considered a national issue. [ laughter ] look, we can dance around the issue all we want. we can blame movies or the video games or the mentally ill or god and we have to put it's a complex problem and all solutions have to bone the table but it's time we talk about guns. >> i don't want to do this. i don't want to do this gun control discussion right now. there's a day, a place and a time for all that. >> jon: it's today, right now. it's absolutely the time to talk about
will try to waste your time in this city. this is how to get out of any conversation you don't wanna have. if somebody comes up to you, they're wasting your time, turn to them and say this sentence. "have you heard the word of the lord?" [audience laughing] seriously. [applause] whether you're religious or not, they will walk away from you. i was trying to get to a club to work. i was late-- this guy cut me off. he was trying to sell me a phone. he goes into this whole spiel. i stopped him-- "excuse me, sir. "have you heard the word of the lord?" he turned around, opposite direction. and i was like, "wow, you know what? "jesus christ really is my personal savior. "he helps me, and he will return." tupac resurrection-- tupac resurrection. that's all my time. you guys were really beautiful for me. thank you so much-- thank you. [cheers] thank you, again. [applause] from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is "the daily show" with jon stewart. ["daily show" theme song playing] [cheers and applause] captioning sponsored by comedy central >> jon: hello, everybody. welcom
before, but people in the background who don't realize they are live on the air. the young journalist who is waiting at the printer who she real eyes the camera is on her. >> students can register tomorrow and registration is open until friday. they will notify the winners by monday december 15th and vouchers can then be picked up thursday through thursday. students with more than 90 hours have the best chance of getting tickets. everyone is welcome to sib up. live from the newsroom, wuft news. >> then the old adage of picking your stories carefully. >> it is important that you keep the bed bugs out of your home the best way. you might want to use a plastic bag like this one. >> just keep on picking. >> those are people in the background. the news anchor himself or herself must be aware of the camera. what? >> what? >> what? that hurts. a gentle reminder to all of us, when the light goes on, you are live on the air and the >>> "outfront" next, when it comes to america's troops, is president obama calling the shots, or is hamid karzai? >>> plus, losing steam and almost out o
shot and lie about me. if your position is solid, sell that don't ability like a thug. janet hasson has forfeited her name among responsible journalists. the gab net should understand that and take appropriate action. nothing else. that's the memo. reaction, with us dr. beth nobel who teaches communications at fordham university. newark, delaware, correspondent for cnn who now teaches at the university of delaware. ralph, we get with you, can you defend ms. has son. >> i'm not in the position to defend any individual editor asking a newspaper or any real news organization to keep public information covered up i think is asking a news organization to do something they just don't do. >> bill: so you think that's what this is all about if they didn't publish the information they would have covered it up. >> the information is already public. >> bill: no they got it by a freedom of information ability. >> applied for their permits and they gave up their information. they gave to the government. the government made it public. >> bill: they fought the information. the paper filed a freedom of
that aren't good. grains. i don't mind having a bun. that tricks our brain but not in the right way. our brain is really smart. they're looking for nutrients, not calories. if you eat empty calories, soft drink, french fries. french fries are the single worst food. the average person eating french fries will gain three pounds a year. >> just from french fries? >> just from french fries. baked potato, that's fine. when you add sugar or salt and you fry them down, our body can't deal with that. our body says, you gave me calories but no nutrients. >> i was struck come being from europe by two things. one, incredible amount of fast food that you americans guzzle and secondly the amazing portions that come with almost every meal. you cannot order breakfast in america without somebody in a restaurant shoveling on potatoes, fries, without anybody asking for it. you just shovel out the food. >> we're all beginning to -- >> i mean that in a nice way. >> right. we've gotten very comfortable making those portions part of what we do. this has been looked at. you move the plate size to large which w
to read the intentions of someone i don't know. it certainly was damaging because what it did was, what was a secure classified communication very candid assessment of the situation and recommendations ahead. it leaked that publicly before the president and his team and the president of defense had a time to digest it and therefore the decision-making process instead of being done in a calm way, had that sort of glare of publicity on it. >> rose: it looks like in some cases this was, although it had not, it was a general trying to influence the public debate in washington. >> it was not the case. >> rose: would you agree some people might have assumed that. >> i assumed some can. >> rose: it had poisoned the water between the general and the commander in chief. >> i don't think between myself and president obama. i think that there was less trust between department of defense, parts of it, and the new administration that i would have liked to see. i think it really went back to the very beginning from inauguration on. and i think that that trust is something that -- >> rose: from th
standoff, the gunman and three people lay dead inside the home. the truth is we don't have the time to list all the shootings across this country over the last 24 hours. but we do have time to mention that just two days before the president's inauguration a coalition of gun rights activists are calling for a gun appreciation day. even before the task force has made a single recommendation, this coalition wants to organize against what they say is the president's post-sandy hook assault on gun rights. this is why the silence of those children killed at sandy hook elementary school must continue to speak loudly until action is taken in relation to gun safety and gun violence across this nation. thanks so much for watching. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> the folks that brought you the iraq war. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start with this. the folks who quack for iraq have a knack for bad ideas. they pushed us into war ten years ago, they made their case with lies and half truths and flimflam. we had to get revenge fo
dimon will be thrilled to show how the company is performing and has put the whale behind him. i don't want you to buy it or any of the banks ahead. it's too hard. especially after wells fargo dropped today. even though it reported a pretty darn good quarter. yet results from ebay. the longest time i have stood behind ebay, but my charitable trust recently sold it after a huge run-up. it kept going higher. this stock, though, did get hammered the last time it reported because the market failed to recognize the inherent value of pay pal. the on-line credit card company buried within ebay. be ready to buy if this this happens again. my trust might be there with you. next up, kinder morgan energy partners, kmp. they finished terribly, in part because people were worried that the tax breaks they enjoyed would be erased by the fiscal cliff. buyers are still skittish because they remain under a cloud, a cloud of low natural gas, the possibility of the debt ceiling negotiations might include new revenue raised by taxing them. you know what, that's the same old same old. i don't care about i
and reasonable gun regulations? >> as i said earlier on the show, i don't think we will. i did speak to the chair of the house judiciary committee about this issue on the floor last friday, and i was pleased to hear that he said we would have hearings, or some type of consideration, but he didn't give me an indication that he would be in favor or that he thought we would pass a bill that would limit access to any type of weapons including high capacity magazines or, you know, maybe mental health laws might come about but i don't think the high capacity and assault magazines would have much favor there. you can get a bill from the senate and ever an amendment to a bill that came from the the house and amend it to have some other subject matter, like guns, and maybe the house would have to deal with it, but we saw speaker boehner because of the reticenco of the tea party to tax anybody in america, couldn't get to the floor. he was finally forced to because of embarrassment. maybe that will happen. if it happens at all it will come from the senate. the american public will have to rise up and be be
in journalism. sometimes they don't like to work together, but we tried to experiment. so far so good, as they say. >> host: why did it work for so long? >> guest: we think it worked because a similarity of work ethics. we both love to research and report. in effect, we both say that means we are of sound mind. nighter it means we like to -- nighter one likes to ride because that also means we are sound mind. similar work habits. i think a belief down deep of fairness in government and some case private interests and not always treat the average person fairly, and we sort of realize that early on in the partnership one way or another we have been writing about that ever since. >> host: donald barlett, the remember what your first project for the philadelphia enquirer was in 1971? >> guest: oh, yes. federal housing administration, fha. it was the fascinating project because it dragged on for two years. >> guest: they thought there were going to put this together for about three months, and we wrote some articles after three months, and it generated a tremendous response. what happened
sign it. >> citing things that this really don't want us to see. john: what if u are hiding things you don't want the government to see? >> whatever it is that what. >> the founder of with a pds. >> the internet and communication. that wld be good. john: the teacher does not have to be good. john: freedom to put up. >> will increase. john: that's our show. ♪ john: what keeps you safe? what prevents fraud? most people you asks a government. government must lay out the rules and punish fraud. protect people. so government regulates. over the years as more regulations and america we now have 170,000 pages of rules. people think we can't live without these, but then ame the internet. almost entirely unregulated, and it works. it is given us a new level of freedom. let's call it freedom -- "freedom 2.0". i could not have imagined it before coble, would compete. i assume the services like those could not work. what a joke. who would buy an unseen product from a total stranger without government regulation, it would make sure that the sellers are honest and a product for the. another joke.
, that kind of protection can't come soon enough. >> now that we don't have a seawall down there or any type of protection down at the water, when i rebuild, what's going to stop the next storm? the real money should be spent on protecting the community from the ocean coming back up. there's nothing to stop the next storm from doing basically the same thing to the community, just flooding us, possibly just flooding us, possibly killing us. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> how many gun murders were there in britain? >> how many great white sharks kill people every year, but they are scared to swim. >> patrick kennedy, on the radical rant. >> i was disturbed. >> disturbed as a human being this is what our civil discourse has come to. >> i go toe to toe with this gun advocate. >> you are deliberately lying and deliberately twisting it. i want to revisit the best and the worst of the interviews, tonight, i am in favor a ban on semi-automatic assault weapons and high capacity magazines, i want to require prifrt dealers to run background checks on all at gun shows. and i think these are re
investigation into the funding of planned parenthood. since the senate is controlled by democrats, we don't expect that body to cooperate in any investigation. we are asking members of the house to take a hard look at what could be, what could be a gross violation of federal law. we will let you know what congress people step up and agree to do that. and that's the memo. top story tonight opposing point of view with us christina page author of the book how the pro-choice movement saved america? so where am i going wrong here, ms. page? >> you are going wrong on accounting. you are going wrong the -- your assumptions of where this money is being spent. planned parenthood is a healthcare provider. a leading healthcare provider and provides primary healthcare services to millions of americans last year. they provided 11 million services to americans. prevention services. 90% of the services that planned parenthood offers is prevention. that means 41% are std treatment and prevention. >> bill: testing for to see if you have and things like that and that's worthy. >> 32% is contraception. so r
want the factor word book. don't be a poltroon when writing to the factor. and i'm bill o'reilly, please remember that the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking out for you. >> welcome to "hannity" and right behind me sitting in our audience tonight are law abiding new york gun owners. now, their names and addresses were printed by a local new york news, simply because they are legal owners of firearms. thanks to the publisher, the families of the people behind me sitting in our audience have not been at risk and privacy trampled on and tonight they're here to voice their frustrations and fears. we're going to examine what legal action they can take against the blatant invasion of privacy and thanks to all of you for being here. how are you all doing tonight? let me start with a quick show of hands from everybody here, you've all been outed and how many here have been outed, almost everybody, right? you have not and you three, so i want to make sure who has that -- how many of you feel angry about what has happened here? everybody. how many of you feel y
of people up here. i have always argued some of the dumb things they do because i don't think it's in the interest of israel. i just don't think it's spamart for israel. some say chuck hagel owes an apology for that. after all, not all jews support what israel does. does hagel have to explain himself, david? >> well, i don't want to parse a brief phrase that a nominee has used. many people use unfortunate phrases and go on to be excellent nominees. the problem with chuck hagel is not a phrase. the problem with chuck hagel is a consistent attitude. the next secretary of defense will be -- will likely to have deal with two basic types of issues at the top of the inbox. the first is managing a defense build down, if the sequester goes into effect, a very dramatic defense build down. you need someone with excellent military management experience, which chuck hagen does not have. i think you were too kind to him in the opening presentation. the second challenge will be the challenge of iran. we are probably coming to the extreme decision point where iran in the four years ahead. and c
could stop by. i was wondering -- >> you're calling 911 because you don't like the way that they're making your sandwich? >> exactly. >> so don't buy it. >> great advice. 911 operator. if you don't like the way someone is making your sandwich, don't call 911. just don't buy it. when all else fails, speak softly and carry a ketchup bottle. we'll see you in an hour. "piers morgan tonight" starts right now. >>> good evening. on a day when accused aurora shooter james holmes listened to testimony about his brutal massacre while family members in the courtroom sobbed, on a day when still traumatized students in newtown, connecticut, were sent to school on the first monday of the year, this country is grappling with gun violence like never before. here is my position loud and clear. i am in favor of a nationwide ban on semiautomatic assault weapons and high quantity magazines and require dealers to run background checks on buyers at gun shows and i would like to see the president increase mental health funding for all americans who need it. these are entirely reasonable reactions to th
>> listen to what happened. they asked us -- the folks at "good housekeeping" said why don't you come into our studio labs where we test everything, skin and what not, and we're going to do this segment called seven years younger. >> "good housekeeping" institute. >> they put us in hyperbaric chambers. they took close-up pictures of our face to check for wrinkles. don't say anything. pores. >> >> i prefer you with the hair. >> pores, et cetera. they took photos of us, and then they got inside and looked at our problem with dark spots and wrinkles and pores and everything. >> some of us had those problems. >> don't reveal, because it was the most depressing day. >> for someone. >> i wish that i didn't even go. we're going to do an entire segment describing not, again, with the photo, but describing what happened and how we can correct such problems. i can't believe. i got to tell you. they compare us to people in our own age group. >> that's where it really got ugly. >> with our own skin types. >> i am so in a funk after that. >> i actually think you ended up doing quite well. i'm
will do at the confirmation hearing. i don't believe there's moral equivalency between the two sides which is the suggestion of that article. >> he believe there is moral equivalency? >> you will have to ask him what he believes. my judgment and knowledge of chuck chuck and my suggestions with chuck would suggest that he wants to see both sides come to the table and find a solution. he spores the peace process. but he is upper most, a very, very strong supporter of the state of israel. he has voted for billions and billions of dollars of aid to israel. i have no question when it comes to challenges that have anything to do with putting israel at risk, chuck hagel will be on israel's side. remember, he is working for a president. and he will follow the poll so i was that president. >> the renew deed bait about iraq is also occurring. the "new york times" writes about that today. in his memoir, he writes something very poignant about the iraq war. he writes, "it all comes down to the fact we were asked to vote on a res lation based on half-truths, untruths and winful thinking. i voted for th
. this is something that don rumsfeld tried and failed to do. it's something that bob gates tried and failed to do in any serious way. and now, given the budget pressures, this is going to be the moment for performance. >> rose: a couple of points, i guess. rumsfeld would argue that we had a big war came along and bob gates would argue that in the end he did cut it somewhat. >> somewhat. but if you look at the total national security budget, charlie, which would be not just the pentagon but also the intelligence agencies, homeland security, it's basically doubled since the 9/11 attacks. >> rose: and weapons systems you don't really need in the judgment of many people other than those people who represent the districts where they're located. >> leftovers from the cold war and, remember, the president himself came in supported by chuck hagel on this point with the thought that there was a moment here to really build down on the nuclear force. and so far they have not been able to do that except some modest cuts when they passed the start treaty with russia early in the president's time. >> rose: tal
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